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Should run about $100. You can try just cleaning the slider your self first with cleaner spray sold at Radio Shack (ask the clerk which one). Be careful not to get the spray anywhere other than the slider track as it may react with other plastic parts. Spray a little then move the slide the full length a number of times,
Likely one of the cables to that manual has either oxidized contacts or come loose. This could be at either end of the cable. With it in "failed mode", try wiggling the cable(s) going to the upper manual and the problem MAY show itself.
Not likely iit is a fuse. The keys are likely scanned as a matrix with two contacts per key. You need to get a maintenance manual for thee organ. Contact Yamaha America parts for music products. They may have the service manual on CD... they used to get $15 for the CD of the manual. Unless you can find something simple like a cable knocked off this could be hard to troubleshoot.
The Yamaha FC-3 uses a TRS (three conductor plug). The PX330 does NOT use TRS jacks for the sustain and sostenuto pedals so they are NOT compatible with the Yamaha FC-3. Therefore I would conclude that continous sustain that the Yamaha pedal would be used for is NOT supported.
You will need the CDROM that should have come with the keyboard when you purchased it. On it will be the drivers that need to be on the computer for it to use the usb. The link to the manual is here:http://www2.yamaha.co.jp/manual/pdf/emi/english/port/psri425_en_om_a0.pdf Please look at page 86. If you don't have the CDROM you may be able to download what you need by contacting Yamaha by email through this link and asking:http://www.global.yamaha.com/support/contact.php I hope this helps.
Most keyboards of that scale are not especially fragile. You may have to remove the back (lots of screws) and maybe a bezel that is across the top of the keys to get full access to the keys. The good thing is you have lots of working models --- all the other keys. So carefully consider the differences. It may be that one or more plastic parts have broken, particularly if it fell and landed with pressure on that key.
Most of the keyboard manufacturers have parts departments that can supply just the part of the keyboard you need if you can specify exactly what you want.